If you go one time around a Baseball field (home plate to 1st, then to 2nd, then to 3rd and then back to home, you will travil 360 feet or 120 yards.
I am assuming you are referring to a MLB baseball field and since all MLB ball fields have different distances to the wall it would be impossible to answer. However, running the bases would take you 14.6 laps to run 1 mile.
If would depend on the shape of field. If the field is square, 2 and 1/4 laps would be close to a mile.
you mean how many bongs would make a mile.
You have to run four times around a football field to run a mile
No, if it just around a football field it is between 4.5 to 5 laps to make a mile.
Because softball fields vary in size the number of laps would differ from field to field.
If the outside lane of a foot ball field, the 4th one, were to be walked, how many times would it have to be walked to equal a mile?
There are many different answers. The feet on a baseball field is important to measure the mile's the answer has alot of answers.
Use mile. I think
4 times around a football field
A mile. If you think about it, a football field is 100 yards, while a mile is four laps around a track! Obviously, the mile is larger.
4 times around the football track equals a mile.
Four laps around a standard GAA pitch is equal to one Mile.
Considering there is a track around the field, 4. Otherwise 4.5 - 5
the distance around a track is 400 meters. which is 1/4 of a mile. 4 laps around the track is 1600 meters which is very close to a mile. the mile is 1609.344 meters.
at my school we would actually run around the foot ball field five times and that is a mile.
1/4 of a mile.
Around a track, 4 laps = one mile. So probably 4.
The tracks around a football field are typically designed to be a quartermile track, meaning 4 times around gives you a mile. If you walk around the outside edge of a standard US Football field, (120 yards by 53 1/3 yards wide) it is just over 5 times around to equal 1760 yards, or one mile.
There is no one person credited for creating the mile race. Track and field has been around sense roman times where men would run to see who was the fastest in rome. The mile race simply came after time.
1/3 of a mile